One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1963) and Sometimes a Great Notion (1964), Ken Kesey’s initial books, made his reputation. A University of Oregon graduate, he studied with Wallace Stegner at Stanford, with a stellar cast of fellow students including Wendell Berry, Ed McClanahan, Larry McMurtry, Robert Stone, and long-time collaborator Ken Babbs.
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Anticipating the April 4 world premiere of Aaron Posner’s stage adaptation of Sometimes a Great Notion at Portland Center Stage, speakers who knew him personally for decades will focus on Kesey’s creative career.
Presenters: Gretchen (Fetchin) Douglas, Boyd Harris, Walt Curtis, Mark Christensen & Aaron Posner
January 29, 2010
Much appreciation for putting this video up! Amazed more and more as I delve into archive.org never thought I'd hear such great stories of Ken in his youth and of his peers at the time, grate stuff keep em comin'